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RELAYCTL(8)		  BSD System Manager's Manual		   RELAYCTL(8)

NAME
     relayctl -- control the relay daemon

SYNOPSIS
     relayctl command [argument	...]

DESCRIPTION
     The relayctl program controls the relayd(8) daemon.

     The following commands are	available:

     host disable [name	| id]
	     Disable a host.  Treat it as though it were always	down.

     host enable [name | id]
	     Enable the	host.  Start checking its health again.

     load filename
	     Reload the	configuration from the specified file.

     monitor
	     Continuously report any changes in	the host checking engine and
	     the pf(4) engine.

     poll    Schedule an immediate check of all	hosts.

     redirect disable [name | id]
	     Disable a redirection.  If	it has pf(4) redirection rules in-
	     stalled, remove them.  Mark the redirection's main	table and - if
	     applicable	- disable the backup table as well.

     redirect enable [name | id]
	     Enable a redirection.  Mark the redirection's main	table and - if
	     applicable	- enable the backup table as well.

     reload  Reload the	configuration file.

     show hosts
	     Show detailed status of hosts and tables.	It will	also print the
	     last error	for failed host	checks;	see the	DIAGNOSTICS section
	     below.

     show redirects
	     Show detailed status of redirections including the	current	and
	     average access statistics.	 The statistics	will be	updated	every
	     minute.  Redirections using the sticky-address option will	count
	     the number	of sticky states, not the total	number of redirected
	     connections.

     show relays
	     Show detailed status of relays including the current and average
	     access statistics.	 The statistics	will be	updated	every minute.

     show sessions
	     Dump the complete list of running relay sessions.

     show summary
	     Display a list of all relays, redirections, tables, and hosts.

     table disable [name | id]
	     Disable a table.  Consider	all hosts disabled.  If	it is a	main
	     table of a	redirection which has a	non-empty backup table,	swap
	     the contents of the pf(4) table with those	of the backup table.

     table enable [name	| id]
	     Enable a table.  Start doing checks for all hosts that aren't in-
	     dividually	disabled again.

FILES
     /var/run/relayd.sock    UNIX-domain socket	used for communication with
			     relayd(8).

DIAGNOSTICS
     If	a host is down and a previous check failed, relayctl will display the
     last error	in the output of the show hosts	command.  This is especially
     useful for	debugging server or configuration failures.  The following er-
     rors will be reported:

     none    No	specific error was reported by the check engine.

     aborted
	     All checks	were aborted by	an external event, like	a configura-
	     tion reload.

     interval timeout
	     The check did not finish in the configured	time of	an interval.
	     This can happen if	there are too many hosts that have to be
	     checked by	relayd(8) and can be avoided by	increasing the global
	     interval option in	relayd.conf(5).

     icmp read timeout
     ssl read timeout
     tcp read timeout
	     The check failed because the remote host did not send a reply
	     within the	configured timeout.

     icmp write	timeout
     ssl write timeout
     tcp write timeout
     ssl connect timeout
     tcp connect timeout
	     The check failed because relayd(8)	was not	ready to send the re-
	     quest within the configured timeout.

     ssl connect error
     ssl read error
     ssl write error
     tcp connect error
     tcp read failed
     tcp write failed
	     An	I/O error occurred.  This indicates that relayd(8) was running
	     low on resources, file descriptors, or was	too busy to run	the
	     request.  It can also indicate that an SSL/TCP protocol error oc-
	     curred or that the	connection was unexpectedly aborted.

     ssl connect failed
     tcp connect failed
	     The check failed because the protocol handshake did not succeed
	     in	opening	a stateful connection with the remote host.

     script failed
	     The external script executed by the check did not return a	valid
	     return code.

     send/expect failed
	     The payload data returned by the remote host did not match	the
	     expected pattern.

     http code malformed
     http digest malformed
	     The remote	host did not return a valid HTTP header	or body.

     http code mismatch
	     The remote	host did not return a matching HTTP error code.	 This
	     may indicate a real server	problem	(a server error, the page was
	     not found,	permission was denied) or a configuration error.  For
	     example, it is a very common mistake that relayd(8) was config-
	     ured to expect a HTTP 200 OK status but the host is returning a
	     HTTP 302 Found redirection.  See relayd.conf(5) for more informa-
	     tion on validating	the HTTP return	code.

     http digest mismatch
	     The remote	host did not return the	expected content and the com-
	     puted digest was different	to the configured value.  See
	     relayd.conf(5) for	more information on validating the digest.

SEE ALSO
     relayd(8)

HISTORY
     The relayctl program, formerly known as hoststatectl, first appeared in
     OpenBSD 4.1.  It was renamed to relayctl in OpenBSD 4.3.

BSD				 June 25, 2014				   BSD

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